Coalition asks FCC to adopt service rules at 41-42.5 GHz.
The Fixed Wireless Communications Coalition wants the FCC to adopt new rules for fixed microwave service in the 41-42.5 GHz band.
Almost every new service nowadays involves some degree of sharing, and this band is no exception. The 41-42 GHz segment is allocated not only to the Fixed Service – spectrum-speak for point-to-point microwave links – but also for Fixed Satellite Service downlinks, plus broadcast satellite and a few additional services.
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